Corporate door registration network controls electronic and magnetic releases
Last Tuesday outgoing HM Chief Inspector of Constabulary Denis O’Connor gave evidence to the Home Affairs Committee on the subject of Olympics security. The Home Office last year commissioned Sir Denis to produce a report on this matter. Committee chairman Keith Vaz MP said: “The Committee intends to conclude its inquiry into Olympic Security by the end of September.” It has been arranged so that any criminal cases directly connected with London 2012 were especially fast-tracked in the courts.
Tensor Access Lite is a simple door and registration point control Access Control network which is a starting point for corporate security. Using Tensor Access Lite and Tensor's T149x scanners, you can control most standard types of internal and external electronic, magnetic door releases and devices. Tensor Access Lite can operate a maximum of four T32xx clocking stations and record employee details for up to 250 people. This edition can also link to your WinTA Lite time and attendance application, where it efficiently shares employee data.